#3
I own a Mark III myself. Although mine needs a change of pre-amp tubes you can already hear that it sounds great. Only negative point I can think of is that it doesn't has separated EQ's for every channel.

Kramer Focus 3000
Ibanez ATK300
Rocktron Chameleon
Digitech IPS33B
Ibanez WH10
Korg Pitchblack
Line6 UX2
#4
Quote by helsinki_vampir
I own a Mark III myself. Although mine needs a change of pre-amp tubes you can already hear that it sounds great. Only negative point I can think of is that it doesn't has separated EQ's for every channel.
Good for Metal?
#5
Hell yeah. Has more than enough gain. and the graphic EQ really helps to shape the tone.

Kramer Focus 3000
Ibanez ATK300
Rocktron Chameleon
Digitech IPS33B
Ibanez WH10
Korg Pitchblack
Line6 UX2
#7
Marks are metal amps. Not death though. Although with a pedal you can get some dark **** from em. There very versatile, hence why I bought the mark IV.
#9
Goddamn you americans. It costs pretty much 1.5 times that - and in euros - in here.
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#11
good head, knock it down a little in price, and it's a good deal! (they've been climbing in price a bit... i think?)
Gear:
Epiphone Les Paul Standard (with EMG 81/85)
Mesa/Boogie Single Rectifier Solo Head Series 2
Marshall Valvestate 8100
Lopo Line 2x12 Slant w/ WGS v30 clones
Boss MT-2
Danelectro Fish and Chips
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